Six teenagers from diverse backgrounds - among them the school's star basketball player - conspire to break into a SAT testing center to steal the answers in hope of acing their exam. They ultimately realize that the answer to their problems and the key to their happiness may not lie in achieving a perfect score.Written by
It is impossible to actually steal a copy of the SAT's because there are several versions. Everyone who takes it has different questions or the questions are in a different order. See more »
ETS is not located in Princeton, NJ as mentioned in the film. It is really in Lawrence Township, NJ, which is directly next to Princeton. See more »
Do you even know what SAT stands for?
Suck Ass Test?
Scholastic Aptitude Test. Then they got rid of that altogether. You know what it stands for now?
SAT stands for SAT. That's it.
That's fucked up!
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Those expecting cinematic events like the Godfather or Saving Private Ryan.
Stop reading this.
Those expecting crude teen humor films featuring underage drinking and nudity, such as Road Trip and Varsity Blues.
Stop reading this.
But those of you looking for a teen movie full of the typical adolescent hinjinx and cheap laughs.
Start reading this.
The Perfect Score won't light up the box office or have everyone waiting day after day for its release onto DVD.
Instead, it's a movie targeted towards middle schoolers, high schoolers, and most college students.
Typically good kids under rough circumstances, most of us who have taken the SATs remember the pain in the arse they were. Throw in two very attractive, and talented acting-capable, girls...two guys and a jock...and an Asian pothead quick with one liners...
and you got a pretty solid movie.
While the Perfect Score won't give you everything you want, I feel that it will make you just happy enough that you caught the showing.
So if you're looking for a movie to sit back and relax too...and perhaps vicariously wonder if you could steal the answers to the SAT...check out the movie.
I enjoyed it, and chances are if you kept on reading this post.
You will too.
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